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Monotonik
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Long-awaited and finally sorted, this 4-track EP is from US artist Proem, previously known for his excellent "Burn Plate No.1" album on Hydrant and supa compilation appearances on Toytronic and Kracfive. EP opener, "Hyla1", takes us deep into drone territory, echoing and subtly glitching like sonar waves, before "Romanian Fruit Bowl" cuts loose with spacey multi-layers of minimalist loop-free drill+drum action. "Access Mike" switches up a gear into...
Topic: Electronic
Monotonik
by Planet Boelex
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We've known of Finnish idm artist Tweeter for several years, stemming from his association with former Monotonik artist Substance's .MOD label Voodoo, and have previously been delighted to release his gloriously smooth electronic stylings on the label. Now, the notoriously painstaking artist formerly known as Tweeter is called Planet Boelex (actually the name of his last release on Monotonik), and he makes a triumphant return to us with the 'Sinking In The Soup EP'. So, we start this particular...
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Topic: Electronic
Monotonik
by Planet Boelex
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We're delighted to present a second EP from Finnish artist Planet Boelex, following his first release for Monotonik in the form of the 'Sinking In The Soup EP' . Boelex is also known as long-time .MOD artist Tweeter, a noted alumni of early labels such as Voodoo, and continues to delight allcomers with his beautifully composed, wonderfully melodic idm sound - oddly retro, but somehow still relevant. The 'Second Thoughts EP' starts with the slow build of 'Shower Curtain', all shimmering melody...
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Monotonik
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After his first release as Pendle on our sister label, Mono211, the UK-based former Butterfly Child bandmember and now TV/film/advert soundtracker returns on Monotonik via his Idmonster pseudonym (id? idm? definitely monstrous!) And it's not just a slight return, either. "The Force May Be With You" is a truly divine track, starting in a sea of disembodied voice fragments and cosmic chord co-location, before adding layer on layer of pastoral strings, theremin (?), and jittering that...
Topic: Electronic
Monotonik
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This first set of free to download, Creative Commons-licensed MP3 releases from our electronica-based net.label, Monotonik ( http://www.monotonik.com ), were originally released from January 1999 to March 2001. They chronicle the period after Monotonik decided to stop releasing .MOD files, and start releasing those new-fangled (at the time!) .MP3s. Some highlights might include Lackluster's languidly beautiful "Bothersome (Mother Mix)", later to feature on his lovely 'Container' album...
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Topics: Electronic, Techno, IDM, Bleep
Monotonik
by New Delhi FM
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You may have heard of German idm stars New Delhi FM from their excellent album release on Soulseek Records back in 2003, 'Far From Yesterday'. Though the group originally started as a three-piece collective consisting of Sandro Boege, Paul Krege and Marc Hofling, nowadays, just Sandro is at the helm, and Monotonik is proud to present 'Daylight Confusion', a dense 55-minute 'EP' that's the first major release from New Delhi FM in over 2 years. 'Daylight Confusion' is particularly interesting...
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ShutUpAndListen
by new delhi fm
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New Delhi FM combines edgy, but grooving beats with wide pads and calm melodies to offer the uptempo (but never obtrustive)collection of songs entitled 'far from yesterday'. Best when listened to closely and mindfully, each track creates a unique soundscape of dark atmospheres that are reinforced throughout the album. Shorter, beatless interludes were included when compiling the album to avoid making an overly tight and exhausting experience and to prevent forseeability from the listener. Far...
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Topics: Electronic, Soulseek Records, Soulseek Artists
Source: soulseek records
Laidback Electronica
by Seestrings
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A full album for Seestrings this time round. 11 tracks that fit together perfectly to bring you a very nice laidback experience. If you loved his previous EP on Laidback Electronica, then you'll really love this one! Beautiful melodies in all tracks. Downtempo IDM with a bit of ambient in between. You'll immediately fall in love with the intricacies of the music. Dream away to it. Only to be sobered up by that last, beautiful track.
Topic: Laidback Electronica
Source: Laidback Electronica
Laidback Electronica
by Seestrings
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When looking up "laidback electronica" in the dictionary, Seestrings should be there as definition. 4 tracks of awesome laidback electronic music. From the first time I heard the music of Seestrings, I was enchanted by it. And these 4 tracks will ensure you will be enchanted by his music as well. Beautiful melodies, nice sometimes slightly erratic rhythms. You will love Seestrings for it.
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Topic: Laidback Electronica
Source: Laidback Electronica